Live At L’Olympia is a live album by alternative rock singer songwriter Jeff Buckley recorded in concert at Paris Olympia in July 1995.
This album was released posthumously after his death.
Jeff Buckley Live At L’Olympia
Lover, You Should’ve Come Over – 7:47
Dream Brother – 8:00
Eternal Life – 5:06
Kick Out The Jams – 3:06
Lilac Wine – 5:39
Grace – 6:08
That’s All I Ask – 5:18
Kashmir – 1:34
Je Ne Connais Pas La Fin – 6:25
Hallelujah – 9:35
What Will You Say – 7:49
If you are a fan of Led Zeppelin, you need a sense of humour to listen to Kashmir.
What People Say About Jeff Buckley Live At L’Olympia
It has been included in one list of best live albums ever:
Reviews at Amazon are positive without being overwhelmingly great.
Buying Jeff Buckley Live At L’Olympia
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What Do You Think?
Is this the best live album by Jeff Buckley? How does he compare with his father Tim Buckley? Both have a singing style that uses their voices as another instrument.
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